In my Christian Scriptures course, our professors asked the class to meme a story in the Old Testament as a review for our first exam. It could have been funny or serious.

I chose the story of Abraham and his son, Isaac, because it is a very controversial story in the Bible (Genisis 22:1-18). God orders Abraham to offer Isaac as a burnt offering, and without hesitation, Abraham does as he is asked. He had chosen to test Abraham by threatening what he loved most. Ultimately, He stops the sacrifice of Isaac and offers a ram in replacement, signifying that His intentions are not to harm His own children for malicious intent, rather, to prove that we must trust in Him, for He has far greater plans for us. This story serves as a symbol of trust and faithfulness in God's words and His plans.

Nicole Ma